There’s still time to throw together some quick last minute crafts and Pinterest is the perfect place to find boat loads of cute ideas. I’ve scoured the boards for some awesome Halloween crafts ideas. Seriously, people come up with the most adorably brilliant things.
Here are a few of my favourite finds:
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1. Coffee Filter Lollipop Ghosts
If you’re still scratching your head over what treats to send to school, wrap some lollipops in coffee filters, doodle a face with a black Sharpie and you’re good to go. You can even add a little custom to/from tag to the ribbon.
2. Monster Pencils
Halloween treats don’t have to be full of sugar. These cute little monster pencils make a great school gift for both teachers and students – plus your kids will have a blast making them. The ladies at 36 Avenue will show you how and offer free printable tags to finish them off.
3. The Candy Hand
Give your kids or your co-workers a hand – a candy hand, that is. Grab some gloves, a ribbon and a mishmash of candy and stuff, stuff, stuff. You can even add a cute little gift tag or one of our printable pocket cards which you can find here and another set here or here attached to the top to really make this stand out.
4. Monster Apple Bites
Spooky snacks an be healthy too. Green apples, strawberry, nut butter, sunflower seeds and homemade google eyes make for a seriously spooky snack your kids will love.
5. Monster Donuts
Enough said. Nobody can resist a Monster Donut. Totally adorable and absolutely irresistible. If you aren’t up to the task of making donuts from scratch you can easily dress up your favorite store bought brand.
6. Candy Corn Jello
This tri-coloured treat makes a fun treat for a Halloween party or an after school snack that I’m sure the kids would love helping you assemble it.
7. Spirit Jugs
Light the way for Trick or Treater’s heading to your house this year by crafting up your own glowing lanterns.
8. Trash Bag Spider Web
Here’s a fun decorative craft for the kids – Trash Bag Spiderwebs. Check out the cool YouTube video that will show you how.
9. Bat Corner Bookmarks
This super cute craft requires some black origami paper, construction paper, google eyes some glue and scissors. Very cute!
10. Glitter Slime Monsters
I don’t have kids but I’m pretty sure I’ll be making this just because it looks like WAY too much fun. The tutorial says the creation process is kid-friendly so I’m sure your kiddos would enjoy making these and they double as adorable gifts for the neighbours or classmates.
Looking for more ideas? Check out my Halloween Crafts Pinterest Board for over 100 curated craft ideas full of fang-tastic family fun.
Happy Crafting this Halloween,